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No, not there, but some thoughts on men with overgrown mustaches.
A rant about one of my broadcasting pet peeves, which applies to hosts of TV shows, radio shows, and podcasts — no matter who they are.
Here’s a clip from Jim Jefferies’ show last week in which he talks with author Barry Glassner about why Americans are afraid of the wrong things — and how you’re being manipulated because of those fears.
If you are still whining about your body not adjusting to the switch back from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time — six days later — you probably want to consult a physician. And, by all means, never travel to another time zone.
Here’s my review of the new movie about a key naval-and-air battle during World War II from director Roland Emmerich, who proved his bombast bona fides with “Independence Day” and “The Day After Tomorrow.”
My review of a new Netflix standup special by Arsenio Hall — his first — which is nothing to bark about.
Before you see Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” (with DeNiro, Pacino, Pesci, et al), listen to my interview with the man who wrote the book the movie’s based on.
Here’s my review of one of the first original series from Apple TV+, starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell.
Here’s why Mark Zuckerberg is wrong in accepting paid political advertising full of lies of deception — from anyone — to run unexpurgated on Facebook.
Here’s my review of the sixth movie in the series, which brings back Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and some new characters for a story that picks up where “T2: Judgment Day” left off.
Overheard today from a father who’s going to take his kids trick or treating tonight in St. Louis, where it’s freezing cold: “I don’t think they’ll last very long. They’re not that durable.”
Here’s my review of a new film noir written and directed by Edward Norton, who also stars alongside Bruce Willis, Alec Baldwin, Bobby Cannavale, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
My response to a recent article urging leniency towards theatergoers who use their smartphones during plays or musicals to take photos, send texts, or post to social media.
Bill Maher makes a good point or three about how Democratic candidates have to avoid getting off message, when they should be pounding one idea: Trump is crazy, I’m not.
My review of the St. Louis Rep’s production of a play about how far you can bend the truth before it breaks — and whether “I’m not a journalist” is a valid defense when changing facts to make a story flow better.
Here’s my review of a new movie about the battle between inventors Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) and George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon) to wire America for electricity in the late 19th century.
This is how I spent almost two decades on the radio in St. Louis without knowing anything about the Cardinals — even when I had to broadcast from spring training!
During recent appearances on late-night TV to promote his book, Stern was referred to as “King Of All Media” — a moniker he gave himself long ago that was never really true, as I explain.